As Aimée explained yesterday, we are just smitten with the simplicity of using Project Life to capture our memories. Today I’m sharing a few pages from my family’s Project Life album.
I thought you might like a peek at the pages I made about baby Rockwell’s birth. You know what they say about how you take tons of pictures of your first born and as you have more kids they’re lucky if you even remember to get out the camera? Well in this era of camera phones, having enough pictures is NO problem. Exactly WHAT to do with all those pictures or even getting those pictures onto paper, is another story! The fact that I already have hard-copy prints of Rockwell actually in an album is certainly a record for our family.
I just started Project Life after Rockwell was born and already have nearly half an album. The pages can be assembled in seriously minutes and watching my kids go crazy over our family scrapbook is like the biggest Supermom Moment ever — especially watching little Modette who loves to kiss the pictures of baby Rockwell.
A true test to the simplicity of Project Life, Superdad has taken note of how easy it is and he’s decided to set aside Sunday nights after the kids go to bed to help me scrapbook. Amazing, right?!
I made these pages using the Midnight Edition of Project Life, which is my current favorite. There are so many fun Project Life Editions to choose from, which one is your favorite? Leave a comment below and we just might send you one!
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